Robert Wiseman Dairies Makes Further Milk Price Increase

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Robert Wiseman Dairies Makes Further Milk Price Increase

Robert Wiseman Dairies Makes Further Milk Price Increase
July 06
13:29 2010

UK liquid milk specialist Robert Wiseman Dairies has increased the price paid to farmers for milk by 0.4 pence per litre to 24.72ppl. The price rise follows a 0.3ppl increase by Wiseman last August.

The move follows a recent call by the National Farmers’ Union for higher farmgate milk prices.

“Our intention is to continue building on our track record for offering producers a competitive standard milk price, and this increase reaffirms our position as a leading buyer of farm gate milk for the fresh milk sector,” says Pete Nicholson, milk procurement director at Robert Wiseman Dairies. “Our competitive positioning is of critical importance and it is essential that we continue to strike the balance between paying a leading milk price and retaining the ability to compete within our sector of the dairy industry.”

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